# Shadows of the Knight - Episode 1 - Puzzle discussion

#105

ok thanks Mr Anderson

#106

Nice,love it

#107

Bonjour; je ne comprends pas quelle forme doit avoir la sortie.

1. System.out.println(X Y);
2. System.out.println(X, Y);
3. System.out.println(âX, Yâ);
âŠ

Pourriez-vous mâaider svp ?

#108

always as a String. So if you need to output a position, you do

System.out.println(x+" "+y);

#109

Did you get this code working? Could you help me, pls?

#110

Im stuck at last level(Not there), are it even possible to complete?

#111

La solution doit ressembler Ă  : âX Yâ en sortie dâexĂ©cution.

#112

hey, i could really use help on this one thanks! <3

#113

hey this one worked for me.

#114

For anyone using python to solve this problem, i would just like to point out that round function behaviour is a bit weird as in:
round(0.5) --> 0
round(1.5) --> 2

#115

I need help on #4 it says i have five rounds but instantly makes me lose = (

#116

any one know how to get bomb location in âShadows of the knight -e1â?

#117

I have the same problem as some other here have mentioned: only the last 2 tests fail, apparently halving the ranges is not done optimally enough. I wish someone would give some hint about the solution.

#118

seems you managed to solve it meanwhile. Hint is âbinary searchâ.

#120

Yes, thanks, in fact there was a fault in my code in a direction, but now its sorted out carrĂ©ment,

#121

I have the same problem

#122

my code doesnt get level two validation for no reason i can think of. The test went well. what is the diference?

#123

What does the console is saying to you ?

#124

[Java] You should also consider the âroundâ function.

#125

The ranges (limits) are important.

Just use a simple schema/drawing to help you identify how to reframe the search section for each cases (U, D, DLâŠ) for each game iteration.